Joyce's Modernist Allegory: "Ulysses" and the History of the Novel
By: Stephen Sicari (author)Hardback
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This text suggests that James Joyce's famous experiments with style and technique throughout Ulysses constitute a series of attempts to find a language adequate to his purposes - a language capable of representing an ideal of behaviour for the modern world.
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